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Harvesters Entrepreneurs Forum holds this Weekend – Ladi Balogun, Dr. Tony Bello, Nnamdi Ezeugo, Akin Akinfenwa Set to Speak | Tomorrow, March 25th



Tomorrow, Saturday, March 25 2017, something special will be unfolding in the city of Lagos: It’s the March edition of the Harvesters Entrepreneurs Forum, the increasingly popular entrepreneurship development platform of Harvesters International Christian Center.

Conceived as a bridge for aspiring, budding and emerging entrepreneurs to design, develop and execute their business ideas and concepts by providing access to the current thinking and know-how in building world-class businesses, mentoring and support; thus increasing the chances of success for Nigeria businesses. It has also become a veritable platform for Nigerian business persons to learn from the failures and successes of already successful entrepreneurs, giving them a better shot at making their own businesses successful.

This month’s events has seasoned entrepreneurs and business leaders who will be sharing actionable insights Developing Competitive Advantage in Business. The panel includes Ladi Balogun, Group Managing Director at FCMB; Lere Baale, CEO at Business School of Netherlands Nigeria; Nnamdi Ezeugo, Founder /CEO Slot Systems Limited; Akin Akinfenwa, CEO Forte Oil; Femi Okenla, CEO IBIS Hotel; Dapo Adelegan, President at Nigeria British Chambers of Commerce; and Olalekan Olude.

The events hold by 11am in Gbagada at Plot 5-7, Gbagada Expressway, Lagos, Opposite Mobil Filling Station. Gbagada, Lagos. Residents of Lekki, Ikoyi, Ajah and its environs can attend the sessions at Block 94, Plot 22 Providence street (beside VFS) 2nd Round about Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

On Sunday there will be a special session in Ikeja headlined by the co-founder of Jobberman, Olalekan Olude. On the sidelines of the Entrepreneur’s Forum, Lekan will also be reviewing CVs and helping out career professionals.

All the events are free but registration is preferred for the Saturday events, in order to aid planning and interaction; head on to to register.

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  1. Madman

    March 24, 2017 at 10:34 pm

    Women must be evil pawns who can’t seat at the table with powerful men.

  2. Madman

    March 24, 2017 at 10:34 pm

    Flyer looks like a sausage fest.

  3. Booboo

    March 25, 2017 at 1:30 am

    CEO Forte Oil; Femi Okenla


    • Leah

      March 25, 2017 at 1:20 pm

      You are reading it wrong, Femi Okenla is Ibis

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